Big Dume Beach, Malibu, California; By Noah Gorelick

Big Dume Beach, Malibu, California; By Noah Gorelick

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Big Dume Beach, Malibu, California, from the Shipwreck series

By © Noah Gorelick, 13 year old photographer.

”I used a go-pro Camera that I use when I surf to take this series. It attatches to my surfboard! It has no screen-I just saw the Ocean meeting the sky and took a few pictures. Once I downloaded them I was shocked to see that what I wanted to show came out perfectly. There was a shipwreck on my beach! An actual shipwreck that I was going to see and the Ocean looked so turbulent. I have been living on the beach my whole life and I love it. It is my home.”

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